So we'll leave you there. Valencia's next game is against Barcelona in the Copa del Rey second leg on Wednesday. Will Gary Neville still be in charge then?
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Just a reminder if you've joined us late and don't follow La Liga closely - Real Betis, who still haven't named a new manager after Pepe Mel's exit, hadn't won in 12 games in all competitions - a run stretching back to early December.
They overtake Valencia in the table - both sides are four points above the relegation zone.
It's nine La Liga games without a win for Gary Neville.
Antonio Adan is Real Betis' hero. Alvaro Negredo heads the ball onto Rodrigo, who looks like he'll make it 1-1. But the goalkeeper makes himself so big and spreads himself so well to block the shot.
Real Betis are taking their time with everything now. As you'd expect. There's 90 seconds left.
We're well into the four minutes of injury time now.
Valencia think they've gotten out of jail here as Shkodran Mustafi heads home but it's ruled out for offside. It probably should have been allowed - but so should Real Betis' one a few minutes ago.
Ruben Castro, the goal scorer, gets a standing ovation as he comes off for Real Betis. Didier Digard replaces him.
Valencia get lucky as Andre Gomes barges over Charly Musonda. He had already been booked but doesn't even concede a free-kick here.
Gary Neville is screaming at his players. He's furious. Time is running out in this game. Is time running out for his job?
Juan Manuel Vargas curls the free-kick just over. It's hard to see any way back for Valencia.
Vivek K Singh: Why Valencia appointed Neville? Easy, they want to win league title next season, Segunda Division, that is. Pure Genius!
ZNic82: Watched Valencia live last season don't recognise them now, pretty sure Spanish singing sacked in the morning, he should walk
Paul Moore: I think ... "Gary Neville's Valencia" is an anagram of "Remi Garde's Aston Villa"
Gary Neville's substitute Jose Luis Gaya gets a second booking - for fouling the excellent Charly Musonda - and Valencia end the game with 10 men.
Valencia threaten to counter quickly from a corner but Alfred N'Diaye does brilliantly to stop the move.
Rodrigo has a chance out of nothing as Betis' defence fail to deal with a long ball forward from Valencia keeper Mathew Ryan. It breaks to the substitute, who takes a touch and smashes the ball wide from just outside the box.
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Valencia have escaped here. Jorge Molina heads the ball home, the hosts think they're 2-0 up but it's been ruled out for offside.
It's borderline, it could easily have been allowed.